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The Crone Temple
Stories & Medicine for Meno-Paws from Women Who Run With the Wolves
Sunday, July 23, 2017, 6pm-9pm
Vancouver, BC

As the third initiatory phase of womanhood, Menopause is a powerful wakeup call and rite of passage to be walked together in sisterhoodPlease join us for our monthly gathering for women 47+. 

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If you are 47+, whether on the threshold or part way through the birth canal of Menopause, you are welcome in our sacred circle. 

In The Crone Temple, we navigate, sense, and feel our way along this well-worn path together! Our circles include the old medicines of story, sharing, trance, crafting and movement, as well as the sharing of practical and helpful supports to our physical, mental, emotional, and social well-being.

Please bring:
Medicine Hearth or Mesa (if you have one)

Blanket
Some thing to charge on our altar
Journal & pen
Your copy of Women Who Run With the Wolves, by Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes

Our circle will be held @ HeartQuest Healing Collective, 202-1651 Commercial Dr., Vancouver, BC

Following two circles:
Sunday, September 3 & Sunday, October 8

Cash at Door: $25

Pre-Registration is Required
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Ang Cedar MarkedAngela Prider is a Spiritual Healer, Weaver, and Wisdom Keeper of the White Bone Shamanic Tradition. She has been practicing shamanism and teaching within sacred circles for over twenty years, and is passionate about soul, nature, mythology, and creativity. With a trauma-informed foundation of counseling and somatic based therapy, Angela brings a grounded and compassionate presence to her teaching. Among her extensive training with Indigenous teachers and mentors, she recently completed an intensive facilitator training, Singing Over the Bones, with author and Senior Jungian Psychoanalyst, Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Phd. (Women Who Run with the Wolves)

 

 

 

We would like to acknowledge the ancestral, traditional and unceded Aboriginal territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, and in particular, the Squamish, Kwikwetlem, Tsleil-Waututh, Kwantlen, and Katzie First Nations on whose territory we live and work.  

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